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Left my 'south 40' pretty rough last labor day when I plowed it with the 725. Haven't been able to score a disk yet, so I took the spring tooth to it on the 4040 today, just to knock it down some before the sprouted weeds get too tall. Took many passes to fill the dead furows in some and smooth it out but sure was fun in the sun...MPH

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Looks like you need more acres for the size of tractor you use! A bigger & better cultivator also! One that I make with a drag :D Nice job tho and what are you going to do with it? Big garden? Great pixs also!^

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I used to raise goat hay in that 'south 40' when I had kids at home and had milk goats. Developed it with my Troybuilt, cut the hay with a hand syle and put it up with a pitchfork and gardenway cart. Its about 1/3 acer. It is now my playground for my tractors, mostly I'm lucky to keep the weeds killed off. With my newly bought 2.6 acers I now have 5.75 total. Really want a disk to use, it'll happen when it happens though...MPH

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